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This company pays you to watch movies — in crypto, of course

There is no denying it, the world we currently live in has become completely obsessed with all kind of social networks. Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram may be leading the charge in their respective fields, but there are a countless number of groups and communities built around these platforms, some with the most obscure interests. The problem for content creators is not just the distribution of their content to the masses, but also the collection of royalties and payments, as well as the ability to manage all this via one platform.
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